Security is only as strong as the standards that define and govern its use. That’s why DigiCert is actively involved in a wide variety of industry efforts and partnerships across the globe.
Writing global standards for using cryptographic protocols to secure financial data, applications and transactions—and working to ensure those standards are adopted worldwide. DigiCert Sr. Director of Business Development, Dean Coclin, serves as the chair of the PKI Study Group. Read more from Dean Coclin.
Advancing aviation security through encryption and strong authentication for ground-to-aircraft communication used by Air Traffic Control (ATC) and Airlines Operations Communications (AOC). Establishing strong security standards across the aviation industry for in-air wireless connectivity in partnership with the WiMax Forum.
Read more about DigiCert’s selection as the root CA host for AeroMACS.
Innovating technologies to make broadband faster, better and more secure, as well as ensuring that cable networks deliver the best possible end-user experience.
CA/B Forum is composed of Certificate Authorities (CAs) and Browsers from all over the world, coming together to set global standards for publicy trusted TLS/SSL certificates. DigiCert's VP of Compliance, Ben Wilson, currently serves as the Vice Chair of the forum. Read more about our involvement with the CA/B Forum.
Advancing online security through education and best practice. Members are the six largest TLS issuers in the world, and the council is currently chaired by the DigiCert Sr. Director of Business Development, Dean Coclin.
Securing broadcasting and the end user through Common Interface Plus (CI+) standards as part of an initiative in collaboration with Panasonic, Phillips, Samsung, Sony, SmarDTV and Neotion.
Read the CI+ case study.
Coordinating, collaborating and sharing vital threat intelligence and establishing cybersecurity best practices for the healthcare industry.
DigiCert is deeply involved with a number of key initiatives of the IETF, including:
Improving security & authentication for the 9-1-1 emergency service.
We are currently engaged in three separate projects for NIST NCCoE:
Read more about DigiCert’s involvement with NIST NCCoE.
Ensuring secure, open, standards-based connectivity for consumers, businesses and industries.
DigiCert is joining PCI as a participating organization to help guide practices and write requirements for assessing the security of companies that process credit card data.
Identifying issues with current practices and developing industry cybersecurity standards for automotive hardware, software and connectivity in partnership with OEMs and the SAE.
Operating managed PKI registration and CA services for the USB Type-C™ Authentication specification.
Read more about DigiCert's involvement with the USC-IF.
Defining security and identity standards for the Wireless Innovation Forum.
Read more about DigiCert’s work with the WinnForum.
Defining, implementing and promoting the adoption of PKI standards for IoT and CHIP technologies.